After the death and state funeral of Hugo Chávez on 5 March 2013, Iranian Rafidi President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad stated his belief that Chavez would be one of the individuals resurrected following the return of the Shia Mahdi (Dajjal) and Jesus. This was in reference to the deviant Shia belief called al-Raj’ah (“The Return”). Of course the Rafida Shia have attributed this belief to the Ahlul-Bayt in their (to them authentic) fabricated narrations as they did in the following narration (attributed to Ja’far ibn Muhammad known as al-Sadiq):
“The one who does not believe in ou rreturn [al-Raj’ah] and does not consider our Mut’ah to be Halaal is not from us.” (al-Bihar by al-Majlisi, vol. 53, pg. 92, Hadith #101)This Hadith, which is considered Sahih by the Shia, is of course indicative of the baseness of the Shiafaith: reincarnation and prostitution (Mutah).
This Hindu-Rafidi concept of reincarnation (which resembles the reincarnation theory of Hindu Awagavan. Agha khani Isma’ili Rafids consider the Quran as the last of Vedas) is loaded with typical Shia grudge and hatred for the Sahaba as they believe that their 12th Imam (Dajjal) will first ressurect the likes of Abu Bakr, ‘Omar and ‘Aisha (رضي الله عنهم) in order to punish them by crucifying, flogging and burning them alive. Then all the Prophets, ‘infallible’ Imams, and ‘pious’ Shia will be resurrected from their graves who will then live again on this earth a second time for one primary purpose: to view the humiliation of the enemies of Ahl al-Bayt. According to this Rafidi-Hindu myth, the Imams will be reincarnated so that they can punish their enemies and rule the earth in a second life. Al-Raj’ah is a fundamental of the Shia faith.
They created this ridiculous belief in a second life just so that they have this dream of one day meeting and humiliating the objects of their obsession..This belief in al-Raj’ah is Kufr (disbelief) because it is denying the verses in the Quran which say that Allah and Allah Alone will mete out justice to the disbelievers on the Day of Judgment..See how the Shia exaggerate with their Imams?
It is their Imams who will deliver punishments to the disbelievers, instead of Allah on the Day of Judgment. We have seen so many verses in the Quran about how Allah will punish the disbelievers on the Day of Judgment; where are these mysterious and hidden verses about Imams raising up the disbelievers from the dead and punishing them? Where is this strange concept of Al-Raj’ah? As usual all their are good for is to resort to Batini (esoterical) Tafsir (like other deviant sects) where they take verses about the Day of Judgement out of context and then say we have to look at Shia (Batini) Tafsrr, then look at the verse with x-ray goggles, and then Subhanallah, the Quran mentions al-Raj’ah, Salavat!
The Shia have made a joke of the Quran. If a Shia leader told his people that monkeys and apes are sacred, we will find the Shia then dissecting the Quran to find proof for this, or rather, to engineer the proof..The Shia can pretty much prove anything from the Quran, because to them, the Quran is an intricate puzzle. Why is this so? It is because the Quran never mentions their claims! So they have to play word games to cover it up. The truth is that the Shia fundamentals of faith can never be found in the Quran (without playing word games and distorting even ambiguous verses).
It is also interesting to note that Jews also hold this innovated belief (Moshiach ben Yosef) like the Rafida because they share a similar history of centuries of persecution (Rafidah more rightfully being persecuted due to their Kufr and enmity and not just do to mere love for Ahlul-Bayt as they claim). As a result, they began to lose their minds, and in order to relieve themselves they came up with the idea of a romantic Hebrew speakinng Messiah who will slaughter all their enemies, especially the Arabs, in the end of times. Then to top it up Raj’ah was added to make them believe they (and most of their Imams who never ruled) will come back to enjoy this romantic era.
The Muslims [i.e. those of the mainstream Ahlus-Sunnah] abhor this pagan and Hindu-like belief in reincarnation. It is absurd and an obvious exaggeration of the Shia who simply wishes beyond wish that one day that the “dirty Nasibi Sunnis”will be punished; it is indicative of their obsession with the Sunnis, in particular with their obsessive hate and grudge for the Sahaba.
Ibn Hajar al-Haythami mentioned in his Majma’ al-Zawa’id (2/10) with a good chain of narration that ‘Asim bin Bahdalah said:
قلت للحسن بن علي : الشيعة يزعمون أن عليًا يرجع ؟ قال : كذب أولئك
الكذابون، لو علمنا ذلك ما تزوج نساؤه، ولا قسمنا ميراثه
“I said to al-Hasan bin ‘Ali (ra): “The Shia claim that ‘Ali will return. He said: “Those pathological liars have lied. For if we had known that, his women would not have married and we would not have divided his inheritance.” (Ibn Hajar al-Haythami in his Majma’ al-Zawa’id (2/10) with a good chain)
After this long introduction (a detailed and thorough refutation can be read here>>), we present you the following clip that perfectly illustrates the desperation of the Shia and their clergy who have to come up with such fabrications in order to prove the most important foundation and pillar of their religion that is nowhere to be found in the Qur’an: